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Man won't serve jail time for sexual assault

Man won't serve jail time for sexual assault

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A Provo fast-food manager convicted of sexually assaulting his employee will not serve jail time.

In March of 2007, a 17-year-old girl told police J.W. Craig Lamoreaux put his hands in her pants and would not let her leave one night until she showed him her chest.

He was convicted in March of this year. The judge ruled since Lamoreaux has five children at home and no criminal history, he should only have to wear an ankle monitor for 60 days.

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